What Does Antiracist Education Look Like in Practice?

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CARE Framework

CARE Framework

The CARE Framework shows what it means to be an antiracist educator. It provides guidance and support for aspiring antiracist educators and is a roadmap to design professional learning.

Antiracism Introduction: Web Series

Standing on Solid Ground: Introduction to CARE’s Antiracist Principles

What does it mean to be an antiracist educator? An engaging discussion about CARE’s Antiracist Principles, practical framework aspiring antiracist educators.

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Web Series Episode 2

Is This Antiracist? and Other Common Questions

Join a conversation with Val Brown, CARE Academic Director and guests as they answers some of the most commonly asked question about antiracist education.

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Web Series Episode 3

Gathering Your People: Working with Antiracist (and not-so antiracist) Educators

CARE’s vision of an antiracist future includes an antiracist teach in every classroom. Join a discussion about how to lead educators who are at various levels of readiness to engage in antiracist practices.

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Web Series Episode 4

More than a Moment: Sustaining Antiracist Practices

Everyone has attended the district-wide diversity PD. Now what? View an important conversation about how to move from compliance to change.

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Past Webinars

Learn alongside CARE staff, experts and educators as they explore topics central to the CARE Principles. Our short webinars provides practical tips and food for thought.

Guides and tools to Share

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Get together with colleagues to align on what antiracist education means in your school.

Use these questions to find ways to apply antiracism in your classroom and practice.

Having collaboratively created agreements applied fairly allows participants to engage fully in discussions.

Antiracist educators understand that engaging in and teaching dialogue requires preparation.